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Oct 14, 2012 6:00am PDT
had placed missiles on the island of cuba just 90 miles from the u.s. mainland. president kennedy and this nation were faced with a crisis of truly global dimensions. what happened and what didn't? that's the subject of our cover story to be reported by david martin. >> this government feels obliged to report this new crisis to you in fullest detail. >> reporter: 50 years ago, the world stood at the brink of nuclear war when the u.s. discovered soviet missiles in cuba. how powerful were these war heads? >> approximately 60 times the power of the bomb dropped on hiroshima. >> reporter: the cuban missile crisis ahead on sunday morning. >> osgood: when does crime pay? author patricia cornwell is writing about it in one of her many novels. this morning our martha teichner gives a read on what it takes to be a best selling crime writer. >> reporter: the size of the billboard should tell you how big a deal it is when patricia cornwell publishes a new crime novel. >> created the forensic genre. reporter: she creates murders, but could she solve one? >> you killed him or her just hypothet
Oct 28, 2012 6:00am PDT
'll find out. >> reporter: he scared us half to death. and killed us with laughster. now, christopher walken is going to make us cry. you don't do anything terrible in this movie. >> no, no. i'm really good. i'm a very nice man. >> reporter: we take a pause with christopher walken later on sunday morning. >> osgood: what, me worry? that's the motto of mad magazine called mad. it's the sort of magazine mo rocca grew up reading. ♪ >> reporter: it's a good fact that the first magazine to ever make you laugh was "mad." and at 60 years of age, "mad" is still making fun of everything and everyone. >> we don't care who we're going after necessarily as long as they deserve it. >> reporter: ahead on sunday morning, "mad" magazine, older and not a bit wiser. >> osgood: anthony mason talks with singer norah jones. seth doane attempts to divine the secrets of the ouija board. we'll do our best to take halloween's number and more. but first the ed lines for this morning the 28th of october, 2012. the so-called super storm now bearing down on the east coast can potentially effect some 65 million
Oct 7, 2012 6:00am PDT
's best friend. that is certain lee true for the women our bill geist will tell us about. in their case it's a baseball diamond. ♪ take me out to the ballgame ♪ take me out with the crowd >> reporter: the all american girls' professional baseball league. >> there's no crying in baseball. >> reporter: which inspiredded the film "a league of their own" is long gone. >> thank you very much. reporter: but the players are still stars. and they've still got it. as you'll see later on sunday morning. >> osgood: rit a braver takes a closer look at the art of painter winslow homer. david martin tells us about the other iran hostages and the man who freed them. we'll have a real cool story about frozen food and more but first the ed lines for this sunday morning the 7th of october, 2012. federal health officials continue the search for patients who have been injected with a tainted steroid linked to a meningitis outbreak. the outbreak has spread to more than 60 people in nine states. seven people have died. radical preacher al masri and four other terrorism suspects appeared in federal court yes
Oct 21, 2012 6:00am PDT
. when we were growing up, our parents and teachers would instruct us to tell our stories and write our papers using our own words. so imagine how a professional writer must feel when he finds out that somebody else has been copying his work word for word. you're not supposed to use somebody else's words and claim them as your own. it's called plagiarism. along with the outrage comes puzzlement. how did they ever think they can get away with that? lee cowan will be reporting our cover story. >> reporter: his literacy sin surprised even him. but for 15 years, nearly every time quinton rowan would sit down to write, he would plagiarize other people's words instead. >> i got obsessed with the idea of being a writer over really writing. >> reporter: did you get a rush out of it? >> no, no. it didn't feel good at all. >> reporter: and getting caught felt even worse. a plagiarist's tale later this sunday morning. >> osgood: it's been said that whatever situation you get yourself into, it's best to have an exit strategy. for some, that even extends to marriage. this morning martha teichner tal
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